Kate Sully's shows off new commission at Cornerhouse exhibition
Kate's new commission is on show at Manchester's Cornerhouse Centre

Visual artist Kate Sully's is one of four artists whose work is now on display at Cornerhouse, Manchester’s international centre for contemporary visual arts and independent film.

The exhibition, called 'Four' presents an exciting selection of brand new commissions from four UK-based artists. The exhibition is free and it can be seen in Gallery 1 until Sunday 24 February. 

Four has been curated and developed by Cornerhouse’s young curators Liz Gibson, Alex Leigh and Neetu Roy who gave each artists the opportunity to each realise a specially commissioned piece.

Kate's new commission consists of three giant petri dishes made from acrylic. Inside, she's used a variety of mixed media to explore ideas around artificial cultivation and growth. Click here to find out more about Kate's work in the exhibition.